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post #9706 of 13493 Old 04-01-2013, 02:14 PM
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OK got it. That Bronco was rolled, TJ sprayed
Hey bud tearing down my jeep and almost complete but I'm just sitting at work thinking about how all of this is gonna play out. Maybe you or someone can give me some advice. Since I'm doing white exterior and black interior, and gonna spray a little and roll a lot probably. I don't know where to even start. Is it best to start inside or out. Someone with experience with doing both give me some advice or a good starting point. Thanks

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post #9707 of 13493 Old 04-01-2013, 04:46 PM
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Don't have it all back together yet but here are a few shots after two good coats and mostly together:



Only used 1 gallon to roll it with two good coats so it looks like I'll have enough to do the interior as well!!!

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post #9708 of 13493 Old 04-01-2013, 04:52 PM
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Don't have it all back together yet but here are a few shots after two good coats and mostly together:

Only used 1 gallon to roll it with two good coats so it looks like I'll have enough to do the interior as well!!!
Did you leave your hinges on and roll over them?
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Did you leave your hinges on and roll over them?
Yes.... tried to take them off but torx bolts wouldn't cooperate and we had time limits to get it done saturday...

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post #9710 of 13493 Old 04-02-2013, 04:56 AM
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Yes.... tried to take them off but torx bolts wouldn't cooperate and we had time limits to get it done saturday...
I understand that if you don't mind how long did it take you to roll two coats on yours. I've got 3 gallons at home for the exterior and interior. Still prepping mine. But my time is limited as well
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I understand that if you don't mind how long did it take you to roll two coats on yours. I've got 3 gallons at home for the exterior and interior. Still prepping mine. But my time is limited as well
I think it may have taken 45 minutes to roll the first coat and a little less to roll the second. I waited for it to not be tacky between coats and it seems to be down pretty good.

Question for Magnetman, how long until this is fully cured? It is very dry and no problems handling it now (rolled saturday) but is it fully cured and hardened??

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What's a good chemical to clean wet chassis saver off paint prushes?

Cheep brushes leave brisles behind and I don't want to throw away better quality brushes.
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What's a good chemical to clean wet chassis saver off paint prushes?

Cheep brushes leave brisles behind and I don't want to throw away better quality brushes.
The economy brushes from Lowes didn't shed bristles on the spots I treated but I don't know how they would hold up over a large area

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What's a good chemical to clean wet chassis saver off paint prushes?

Cheep brushes leave brisles behind and I don't want to throw away better quality brushes.
I let mine sit in m.e.k and it cleaned it.
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The economy brushes from Lowes didn't shed bristles on the spots I treated but I don't know how they would hold up over a large area
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I let mine sit in m.e.k and it cleaned it.
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naptha and / or mineral spirits won't touch it.
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Great. I ordered this, but had trouble with the online order form accepting the FREECSQ coupon code. It took the free shipping one, but rejected the fee chassis saver one. Have I missed the cut-off for that offer?

forget it.... I am an idiot for not reading all the instructions... I did not add the chassis saver to my order...

d@mn.... my bad.

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I think it may have taken 45 minutes to roll the first coat and a little less to roll the second. I waited for it to not be tacky between coats and it seems to be down pretty good.

Question for Magnetman, how long until this is fully cured? It is very dry and no problems handling it now (rolled saturday) but is it fully cured and hardened??

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Chassis Saver is a nightmare to clean off brushes if it sits too long

Acetone or MEK soak will work if you catch it in time

Black foam throw away brushes solves the problem


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Thanks.

naptha and / or mineral spirits won't touch it.
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Any insight to what Nuclear Winter and Balls To The Wall may look like?
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Any insight to what Nuclear Winter and Balls To The Wall may look like?
Nuclear Winter will be a VERY pale gray, basically an off white

Balls may be a charcoal purple

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